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FDA  Plans To Withdraw Soy Health Claim

FDA  Plans To Withdraw Soy Health Claim

The FDA approved a health claim for soy protein and the reduced risk of coronary heart disease in the Oct. 26, 1999, issue of the Federal Register. As per this health claim soy protein included in a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease by lowering blood cholesterol levels. FDA is planning to withdraw this regulation as FDA recognizes some inconsistency in the results of recent clinical trials and conflicting findings on the relationship between soy protein and heart disease. Regarding questions about eating soy products, FDA has recommended consumers to continue to follow advice from the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines, according to which  a healthy eating pattern can include soy beverages and a variety of protein foods, including soy products.

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